Pros: Views, room and bathroom excellent. Breakfast was very good as well.
Cons: Television looked old and small compared with other hotels.
When visiting Lairg, Inver Lodge is a great choice to consider. Guests indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A bar/lounge and a sauna are other highlights, and rooms at this luxurious hotel offer up nice touches like Select Comfort beds with premium linens.
Hello, our names are Cameron and Eleanor and we couldn t be happier to invite you to stay with us at Tigh na Sith. We recently took over running the bed and breakfast from our good friends Nick and Patrycja who established the business and really got it running. They have decided to move on and try something new, offering us the opportunity to take over and run Tigh na Sith. We are hoping if you have stayed before you will recognise their influence and high standards and that you will be delighted with the changes we have made as well. We met whilst studying at university and graduated with degrees in Brewing and Distilling and Marine Biology. Having spent the next two years moving around regularly, we decided we would like to stop hauling all our worldly possessions around the country and work for ourselves. We both enjoyed working in the hospitality industry and thus the idea of running a Bed and Breakfast was born. After making a passing comment to John and Irene of Crubenbeg House, a plan was hatched and we had the good fortune of finding one that was perfect for us, Tigh na Sith. Eleanor has a wonderful sense of style, having been brought up in a very artistic household. Many of the paintings around the house are by her mother, and many of the photos are by her father. She can often be found working away on one of her many projects. Cameron likes to live at a calm, relaxed pace of life he likes nothing better than to relax in a comfy chair with a book. With this in mind he really hopes that you can enjoy the spaces available and have a relaxing holiday.
Situated on the edge of the village of Bonar Bridge, Dunroamin Hotel offers accommodations with breakfast included and magnificent views of the Scottish Highlands. It features free on-site public parking. Rooms all have a TV and tea and coffee-making facilities for guests to use. There is free Wi-Fi available in the hotel’s business center. Both a full cooked and continental breakfast are served in the morning, which guests can enjoy in the cozy eating area. Dunroamin’s The One restaurant offers a changing evening menu made from local ingredients. The hotel is a 20 minute drive from the A9 highway, and about 40 miles north of Inverness. Skibo Castle is a 15-minute drive away.